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Lean Fundamentals, Supply Chain, & Leadership – Engaging people to drive business improvementsCheck it out
End-to-End Supply Chain Advancement –
Transforming end-to-end processes for business performance and cost reduction
Dedicated People, Process, & Technology - Connecting lean principles to transportation managementCheck it out
LeanCor’s Lean Supply Chain Principles are fully aligned with ours as a company, focusing on delivering value to customers while eliminating waste.
Gross margins for all retail stores have improved. On-hand inventory levels at retail stores have dropped from an average of $100K to between $25K – 60K, depending on store size. [We experienced] a 28% reduction in obsolete inventory within the entire supply chain network.
We captured more than $85,000 in phase one by reducing cross shipments and cycle inventory. In phase two, we expect to capture incremental savings of $436,000.
At the heart of six sigma is the principle of variation reduction: if we can understand
The “Amazon effect” is demanding more out of supply chains everywhere – including t
LeanCor is among a select group of companies whose customers recognize them for providin
While six sigma is highly process-focused, supply chain, as a discipline, is focused on
Purpose: Advancing your supply chain through a value stream perspective, collaborating across functions and firms to consistently deliver value and responsiveness to your plant and customer needs.
Process: Connecting manufacturing demand and consumption to the upstream supply base using lean logistics principles of velocity, leveled flow, and pull.
Technology: Enabling visibility and control through a seamless flow of information that delivers improved supplier fulfillment, reduced transportation costs, and bottom line impacts.